California Non-Residential Building Energy Disclosure Program Information

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California Landlords who rent non-residential property must comply with the California Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program.

Document Last Modified: 9/28/2022

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California Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program

Pursuant to the California Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program, building owners or operators are required to disclose the building’s energy use if:

  1. The ENTIRE building is being offered for sale, Lease, finance, or refinance.
  2. The building is 5,000 feet or larger.
  3. The building is classified as one of the following occupancy types: A (assembly); B (business); E (education); I-1 and I-2 (institutional); M (mercantile); R-1 (transient - residential), S (storage), and U (parking garage).

Landlords whose property falls into all three categories must follow specific procedures to disclose energy usage to prospective buyers, lessees, or lenders. Download the document to get step-by-step guidance to ensure compliance.

Pro Tip Pro Tip: Once you have complied with all requirements, use the California Energy Disclosure to document that your Tenant was provided with all necessary disclosures.

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  • Commercial Lease Agreement: Customize your commercial Lease Agreement entirely online and enjoy unlimited access to electronic signing with our ezSign tool.
  • California Residential Lease Agreement: Landlords who rent residential real estate should use this Lease to ensure compliance with all of CA’s complex Lease laws.
  • California Energy Disclosure: This form should be used as an addendum to commercial Lease Agreements to document compliance with all energy disclosure requirements.
  • California Water Meter Disclosure: California Landlords that charge Tenants for water usage or use water submeters must provide renters with this water meter disclosure.
  • California Accessibility & ADA Disclosure: California Landlords should include this disclosure in commercial Lease Agreements to disclose whether or not the property has been inspected by a Certified Access Specialist.

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